“Balanced with a commitment to social responsibility must be a curriculum that helps students to understand [1] the impact of all media on society and politics; [2] the tools of propaganda and marketing that are used in both commercial advertising and social advertising; [3] the underlying cultural presumptions shared by and assumed in both commercial and social advertising.”

Neil Kleinman, Dean
College of Media & Communications
University of the Arts



Educators will find the publications and writings featured in this section to be useful on a number of different levels. First and foremost, each book, magazine and article provides instructors and students, alike, with keen insights into the concept of social responsibility. Secondly, they form a vast compendium of ideas which focus on the teaching and practice of socially-responsible Visual Communications. Finally, they can provide inspiration to students, educators and professionals about the myriad of ways in which socially-responsible Visual Communications can influence change.